Tructyre takes on Jempson’s contract

Jonathan Jempson and Mark Chamberlain with one of Jempsons’ latest MAN 24, 480 TGX Efficientline Euro-6 tractors next to an original 1937 Commer N3 rigid, restored by the company’s commercial team.

Steve Shingleton, general manager of Strategic Sales for Tructyre, has announced that the company became sole provider to Rye based John Jempson & Son in July 2016.

Jempson’s are one of the largest transport enterprises in the South East with a combined fleet of over 85 commercial vehicles and 160 trailers. Currently celebrating their 150th anniversary, they remain an independent family run business.

Mark Chamberlain, managing director said: “We were in the market for a tyre service provider who could deliver high levels of service. Tructyre came highly recommended from other Transport Association members, and after trialling them for 6 months, their service-levels exceeded our expectations. We particularly appreciate their proactive tyre monitoring service. A problem spotted today really does save next weeks’ breakdown – keeping our fleet operational is critical”.

Tructyre employs over 110 technicians and runs service vehicles, operating from 25 depots throughout the southern half of England.

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